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To be FRUGAL is to economize, to eliminate unnecessary expense. It can also mean: canny, careful, meticulous, prudent, stingy, thrifty, abstemious, chary, conserving, discreet, meager, mingy, parsimonious, penny-pinching, penny-wise, preserving, provident, saving, scrimping, sparing, spartan, tight, tightwad, unwasteful, and downright CHEAP!
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by Al Miotke
Turning a Three-Pointed Bowl
by Robin McIntyre
The Pen Turner's Corner: Hidden or Recessed clips
by Don Ward
Top-Rated Woodturning Books
Turn your own Egg and Egg Cup
by Dick Veitch
New DVD Reviews
by: Al Stirt, Trent Bosch and Molly Winton